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Before embarking on a career as a writer, I served as a Congressional aide, first to Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA), and later to former Congressman Marion Berry (D-AR). In my role as a legislative staffer, I prepared briefings, staffed Congressional hearings, represented Members with their constituents, and performed other support duties where necessary.
In my time on the Hill, I also worked as Regional Field Director for America’s Families United (AFU), one of the largest non-profit Get Out the Vote (GOTV) campaigns active during the 2004 election cycle. At AFU, I played an integral role in establishing the framework and assessment criteria for distributing over 20 million dollars to AFU’s grant recipient organizations.
In the broader Democratic Party, I served as assistant to the Director of the Women’s Vote Center at the Democratic National Committee (DNC).
My articles have been featured in the Huffington Post and YourBlackWorld. I have been quoted by national news outlets including, but not limited to; The Nation, The Guardian, Politico and NPR.
I received a B.A. in Political Science from Howard University.
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